Namgyal dynasty


Namgyal dynasty

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  • Namgyal dynasty of Ladakh — The Namgyal dynasty of Ladakh was founded by Bhagan, a Basgo king, who reunited Ladakh by overthrowing the king of Leh. He took the surname Namgyal (meaning victorious) and founded a new dynasty which still survives today. King Tashi Namgyal… …   Wikipedia

  • Namgyal — Namgyal, a Tibetan deity, has been a personal name in several countries; see (inter alia): Namgyal dynasty, rulers in Sikkim Namgyal dynasty of Ladakh, rulers in Ladakh Namgyal Institute of Tibetology Namgyal Monastery, any of several Tibetan… …   Wikipedia

  • Tashi Namgyal — For the 16th century Tibetan Buddhist scholar, see Dakpo Tashi Namgyal. Tashi Namgyal in 1938 Tashi Namgyal (Sikkimese: བཀྲ་ཤིས་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་; Wylie: Bkra shis Rnam rgyal) (October 26, 1893 – December 2, 1963) was the ruling Chogyal (King) of Sikkim… …   Wikipedia

  • Tashi Namgyal —  Ne pas confondre avec Tashi Namgyal Khamsitsang, dissident et exilé tibétain, membre de l Advisory Board de WikiLeaks …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Wangchuk Namgyal — Chogyal Wangchuk Tenzing Namgyal (b. April 1, 1953) is the second son of Palden Thondup Namgyal, the last sovereign king of Sikkim. He is also the present heir of the Namgyal dynasty and claimant to the Sikkim throne.He was crowned as Sikkim s… …   Wikipedia

  • Ngawang Namgyal (Rinpungpa) — Ngawang Namgyal (Nga dbang rnam rgyal) (fl. 16th century) was a prince of the Rinpungpa Dynasty that dominated Tsang in West Central Tibet between 1435 and 1565. Contents 1 The succession 2 Decline of military power 3 Cultural efforts …   Wikipedia

  • Mipham Sonam Wangchuk Drakpa Namgyal Palzang — (Mi pham bsod nams dbang phyug grags pa rnam rgyal dpal bzang) (early 17th century) was a king in Central Tibet. He belonged to the Phagmodrupa dynasty which reigned in Tibet, or parts of it, from 1354 to the early 17th century, and was the last… …   Wikipedia

  • Phagmodrupa dynasty — The Phagmodrupa dynasty, established by Tai Situ Changchub Gyaltsen, were the rulers (sde srid) of Tibet from 1354 to 1435.# Tai Situ Changchub Gyaltsen (bo|w=ta i si tu byang chub rgyal mtshan) (1302 1364) # Desi Shakya Gyaltsen (bo|t=|w=sde… …   Wikipedia

  • History of Limbuwan — The History of Limbuwan ( Nepali: लिम्बुवानको ईतिहास ) is characterised by the close interaction of Limbuwan with its neighbours; independent and semi independent rule characterized by autonomy for most of its time. From the time of King… …   Wikipedia

  • History of Ladakh — Information on Ladakh before the birth of the kingdom (10th century) is scarce. The earliest layer in the population of Ladakh was probably composed of the Dardis. Herodotus mentions twice a people called Dadikai, first along with the Gandarioi,… …   Wikipedia